"Flat" and "high-definition" are de rigueur for manufacturers at annual consumer electronics show in Germany.
Apple Computer's newest iMacs now come in three sizes--a 17-inch, a 20-inch and a new 24-inch--and feature Intel Core 2 Duo chips.
As Linux for mobiles gains momentum, ZDNet UK looks at the first reprogrammable device to be released for the developer community
Apple Computer's newest iMacs now come in three sizes and feature Intel Core 2 Duo chips. Plus, a look at iMac's history.
The undisputed heavyweight of the server virtualisation world, the recently updated and re-packaged <a href="http://www.vmware.com/products/vi/">VMware Infrastructure 3</a> (VI3) solution is aimed squarely at enterprises looking to consolidate full-scale production systems. As such it’s easily the most scalable of the VMware platforms with additional management, load balancing and high availability features, all designed to take full advantage of the underlying virtualisation technology.
Findings show that a worldwide effort to fight an ecological danger can be successful.
In the fields outside a small Bavarian town, the solar panels add up to a whole lot of megawatts.
<a href="http://www.europe.htc.com/">HTC</a> is a well-established manufacturer of Windows Mobile devices, its products being sold by mobile network operators under their own branding and by the likes of i-mate and Qtek. The latter is actually the brand name used by HTC itself, but recently the company decided to drop the Qtek brand and use its own name for directly sold hardware. Two devices were launched when this branding strategy was announced: the <a href="http://www.europe.htc.com/products/htctytn.html">HTC TyTN</a> (pronounced ‘titan’) and the <a href="http://www.europe.htc.com/products/htcmteor.html">HTC MTeoR</a> (pronounced ‘meteor’). The MTeoR is a Windows Mobile Smartphone, while the TyTN, reviewed here, is a Windows Mobile Pocket PC.
Researchers are developing ways to use organic light-emitting diodes as a source for lighting up rooms.
Newbie to the virtual world tries to find her way around the vast continent.
Virtue Arts' Lunar Explorer lets users gaze at the galaxy, walk around the surface of the moon, and study rocks that are actually there.
It looks like any other portable MP3 device--until you see the speakers that pop out of theback.
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